Romance with a letter T.

Today’s romance and relationship blog is brought to you by the letter T.

You may have noticed that I post blogs on Tuesday and Thursday. You may have noticed that the heroine of Return In Time is named Teressa. You my have noticed that I sign my posts with the letter T.

With romance in mind, let’s look at a few other things that start with the letter T.

We’ll start with the big one; Trust – there’s so much that can be said about Trust, I may have to make it a separate post, but let me just say, romance can not exist without Trust. Think about it.

Transformation – which is kin to Alchemy of Intimacy. Romance and relations have the ability to transform us from who we were to who we can become. Tell me, who do you want to be? Use the spiritual magic of transformation and the Alchemy of Intimacy to create your best.

Temptation – God (and that snide little snake of his) knows that temptation is as old as mankind and reared it’s deceptively interesting head right from the get-go. Temptation, that’s a tricky one. Sometimes it’s something we need to master and sometimes it’s the thing we give in to. Yes, very interesting.

Oh, and let us not forget – Tease – which often goes hand-in-hand with Temptation.  I’m sure that one can stand on it’s own.

Time-Travel – the ability to transport ourselves to another time and place, often linked to fantasy. Now we’re talking

Tingle – that feeling you get… well you know when you get that feeling. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you.

So tell me, what’s your favor romantic T words. Inquiring minds want to know.

Someday we’ll talk about the letters P and C. That should be interesting.

Keep a smile in your heart and –

Enjoy always, T

2 thoughts on “Romance with a letter T.

  1. Greetings, Lady T

    Hmmm. Let’s see. There’s (T)he nex(t) (t)ime – is that one or three :-)? There’s (t)ryst, and there’s (t)enderness. There’s (t)orment, and there’s (t)oday that we hope will be (t)omorrow as well. There’s (t)orrid and (t)empesuous, (t)antalise and (t)angle – whether of the heart or the limb.

    But most of all? There’s (t)his momen(t). Because it’s all we ever have, and all we should ever need.


    1. My goodness, that’s Tremendous. Bravo for you. I kinda like the three T’s thing (just did one myself!).
      Thanks for stopping by. Love your blog and all the best with your upcoming book.


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